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attending the army/navy. the mid shipment defeated the black knights, 17-13, presenting the commander in chief trophy to the secretary of the navy and the superintendent of the naval academy. >> bill: i can remember when that was a real contest. now navy rolls over army year after year. >> the american beerland -- >> bill: you would think army would have the ground game? >> peter: you would think they would have a better ground game. >> bill: given what they are all about. >> the mere beer land scam has changed. >> bill: when do they play that game? >> when? on saturday? philadelphia. it was in philadelphia on saturday. >> bill: i forget the name of the stadium. >> the american beer landscape has changed with craft beers and continued heavy advertising from the big commercial companies. so there are several beer that we just don't drink any more: 24/7 wall street.com took a look at the beer. it was the biggest sales drops over the last five years, michelob being a 72% drop in sales in 2006 -- since 22006, ahead of michelob light with the a 66% drop.
, but that is when the navy seal was believed to be hit as well. wounds that later proved fatal. >> cenk: now we've got lizzie moran with us. a former c.i.a. officer and author of "blowing my cover my life as a spy." i want to ask you about this operation. it's tragic, of course, that one of our guys lost his life, but i think that we should have more operations like this. i think that it's much more justifiable when we bring guys down on the ground, and instead of killing discriminately we target and in this case there was a hostage we needed to get out. how often do missions like go down. >> we see them increasingly because we're fighting a much different war than the c.i.a. used to fight. what we're seeing is the c.i.a. working in tandem with the military as it does in operations like this, and as it did in the taking down of bin laden. we see the c.i.a. collecting actionable intelligence, and then the military, the seals going in and using that intelligence to conduct the mission of this sort. i think we're going to see more and more of this as the c.i.a. becomes more militaristic in a way n
now they need to be navy seals on top of -- >> on top of buying books and pencils. >> on lower pay every year. >> which is not their job. >> god, there are so many morons in this country. >> stephanie: i have to say as i just -- when i opened up i said i'm hopeful. there is not a human being alive that can listen to a story about a 6-year-old, several of them being shot by an assault rifle several times at close range and wonder what that looks like. what that parent had to -- what that looked like. >> nothing happened. >> after what happened after columbine. nothing changed. >> stephanie: i just -- even -- the most fervent gun person, do you not think -- you can look anywhere and get the statistics. gun deaths by country, in one year, guns murdered 17 people in finland. 35 in australia. 39 in england and wales. 200 in canada. 9,484 in the united states. you don't think the people think we're insane in this country? >> 9,000. >> stephanie: nobody needs a military assault weapon! who -- of course, "meet the pres
bhashing and cutbacks and you know, now they want them to be navy seals on top of teaching i guess. taxpayer money for that. >> less money and more responsibility. and they're already buying supplies for their students because the schools don't have the budget for that, i guess. thanks to people like rick scott. >> stephanie: we talked about these six teachers, made the ultimate sacrifice for the kids. okay. another silver lining we were saying. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] again, we can't get rid of the first amendment. we can't get rid of the second amendment. however, there are things that might help. this is voluntary discovery channel. american guns canceled. as hollywood wrestles with links to gun violence. part of what we've been talking about. we all have to put our sacred cows on the table and look at them. discovery channel's popular -- that's, by the way canceling a hit show? that takes -- that you don't have to hear about. it is about a family of gunmakers, american guns came under intense
the coast. but a u.s. defense official is telling cnn that the u.s. navy has fully accounted for all of its vehicles in the middle east. whatever iranians are claiming to have, it is not an actively operating drone. >> think progress is reporting that police can record video inside your home without a warrant. that ruling came out of a federal appeals court last week saying that the undercover use of video in a suspect's home does not violate the fourth amendment. obviously that bringing up some concerns and we'll have to wait and see if this goes on to the supreme court. we'll be right back. >> announcer: broadcasting across the nation on your radio and on current tv, this is the "bill press show." >> bill: 28 days and who's counting. what the hell. no closer to a deal on the fiscal cliff. not even or maybe especially after republicans put their counter proposal on the table yesterday. what do you say? hello, everybody. great to see you today. it is "full court press." we are coming to you live from our nation'
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